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Phone: (631) ***-****  HQ Phone
Quality Parks Inc
Quality Parks P.O. Box 143
Port Jefferson , New York 11777
United States

Company Description: Quality Parks Inc. founder, Mindy Block, Â has more than 25 years of dedicated environmental service to Long Island Natural Areas, since the early eighties. Â We...   more

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  • Associates Degree , Equine Studies
    Centenary College
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About Us - Quality Parks - Be Naturally Intelligentâ„¢, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
2.3.3 Dai Dayton
Dai Dayton She has worked on various Long Island equestrian trails (Montauk, Paumanok, Pine Barrens, Hallockville, Blydenburg). She has worked with The Nature Conservancy and various government agencies on these trail projects. Dai Dayton has an Associates Degree in Equine Studies from the Centenary College, Hackettstown, NJ. Founder and president of the Southampton Trails Preservation Society and Horses On Trails (1986-2006), she currently is Vice President of Events. And she is a member of the Southampton Trails Advisory Board (1992-present), co-founder and president of Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt (1996-present), and a Southampton Lakes and Ponds Association member (03-present).
Qualty Parks - Blog - Volunteer News - Vineyard Field Restoration - Winter Update, 5 May 2010 [cached]
To get involved with the Vineyard Field Grassland Restoration Project, contact Dai Dayton at: 631-745-0689 or visit Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt at: . To patron more stories that green the world, become a Quality Parks member at: .
Southampton Trails Preservation Society - About Us, 23 Mar 2014 [cached]
Dai Dayton
Horse News on Long Island [cached]
At the corner of Haines Path and Old Farm Road, North Sagaponack, 4 P.M., about 60 people (and one horse) gathered at the trailhead to dedicate this trail to Dai Dayton, a hardworking rider from Southampton. Many politicians and friends came to honor Dai's ongoing commitment to the preservation and enjoyment of the bridle and walking trails of the Town of Southampton. A 4 foot limestone monument, displaying lovely fossils, a plaque to Dai, and a hitching ring, commemorates Dai's work on the trail system. The Nassau-Suffolk Horsemen's Association was honored to present Dai with a certificate of appreciation and a basket of "green growing things" in recognition of her commitment to both horses and the environment.
Dai is a certified arborist. So when she raises public awareness of the importance of preserving existing trails for horses and creating new ones she has a certain "green" cachet!
After a lovely party at the trailhead, complete with cheese, chocolate, cakes & soft drinks Dai invited all back to her house for a barbeque. A class act, without a doubt.
Dai is a vocal proponent of open space acquisition as a means of preserving the trails that she had protected and nurtured for so many years as President of the Southampton Trails Preservation Society. She has established a policy of public outreach through STPS that includes free regularly scheduled hikes, rides, open monthly meetings, free newsletter, and special events. She has spearheaded committees to prevent illegal dumping on her riding trails. And she was instrumental in creating enforcement strategies to prohibit illegal motorized vehicles on protected lands. Dai continues to head the "Horses On Trails" committee ( H.O.T.) for the STPS.
She also established the Friends of Long Pond Greenbelt by initiating such projects as eradicating invasive species and re-establishing the grasslands of Vineyard Fields in Bridgehampton. She also participates in the N.Y. Lakes and Ponds program in the division which monitors the health of the ponds in the Long Pond Greenbelt.
The Southampton Trails Preservation Society is working on getting a reliable map of the trails which would encourage us to go out there on a fall or winter's day to ride their system
Though Dai is stepping back a bit from two and a half decades of protecting the environment and heritage of Southampton Town, it was clear, after only a few hours of meeting her that this lady will never really retire!
Dai Dayton
August 2009 - Dai Dayton - Celebrating 20 Years of Dedication to Nature
May 2006 - Where She Walked, Many Have Followed- By Michael Wright
Dai Dayton
Suffolk County SPCA
Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt, 11 July 2013 [cached]
President : Dai Dayton
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